Political integration – Integration http://integration.org.ua/ Sun, 15 May 2022 12:00:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://integration.org.ua/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-32x32.png Political integration – Integration http://integration.org.ua/ 32 32 The ECOWAS Court proposes strategies to strengthen the integration of the region https://integration.org.ua/the-ecowas-court-proposes-strategies-to-strengthen-the-integration-of-the-region/ Sun, 15 May 2022 12:00:28 +0000 https://integration.org.ua/the-ecowas-court-proposes-strategies-to-strengthen-the-integration-of-the-region/

The ECOWAS Court of Justice has recommended viable solutions that should be adopted by Member States to strengthen the ECOWAS regional integration agenda.

The ECOWAS Court presented the recommendations in a statement on Sunday at the end of its week-long international conference in Praia, Cape Verde, aimed at strengthening regional integration through an effective judicial system.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the recommendations followed fruitful deliberations by as many as 250 participants, including judges from member states, experts, academics, among others.

Participants made recommendations in all areas of ECOWAS mandates aimed at strengthening West Africa’s integration agenda.

The statement noted that each state is guided by laws enshrined in the constitution and must ensure that these laws are respected and implemented, hence the importance of the role of the ECOWAS Court.

“It is recommended that the supranational characteristics of ECOWAS be strengthened by strengthening the powers of the Commission and granting the Court jurisdiction to hear cases brought by individuals in accordance with ECOWAS laws.

“The deadlines are barely respected by ECOWAS, which weighs down the integration process and the expectations.

“It is recommended that a monitoring and evaluation mechanism be put in place to continuously assess the state of readiness of each Member State vis-à-vis the objectives set.

“(It’s) for the purpose of helping those who are not engaged or making good progress towards the goals.

“It is recommended that ECOWAS put in place a system to monitor Member States’ implementation of community laws and to strengthen regulatory functions and commonality.

(It is) in order to achieve a higher degree of supranationalism necessary for integration.

“Member States and ECOWAS should strive to give ECOWAS citizens the opportunity to play a greater role in the integration process.

“This should be done by taking measures to ensure political stability and the creation of a legal environment conducive to the implementation of economic integration policies.”

With regard to investments, he urged Member States, host communities and investors to explore the dispute resolution mechanism of the ECOWAS Court in accordance with the ECOWAS Investment Code.

He noted that this would enhance foreign direct investment in the Community.

“Member States shall ensure the smooth implementation of the ECOWAS Investment Policy and Codes as the single economic legal framework for the promotion, facilitation, protection and sustainable cross-border investment.”

Regarding the judicial system, he urged Member States and the ECOWAS Commission to take steps to harmonize the legal and judicial systems of the Community.

This, he explained, would be in line with the Revised Treaty and promote synergy between the ECOWAS Court and national jurisdictions.

“There should be frequent judicial dialogue between the judges of the ECOWAS Court and the municipal judges of the Member States,” they recommended.

He also recommended that the ECOWAS Commission “take the necessary measures to trigger the mechanism of sanctions against Member States that do not fulfill their community obligations”.

The conference urged Member States to establish a peer review mechanism, such as the African Union Peer Review Mechanism, to monitor Member States’ compliance with their community obligations.


]]> Regional integration is key to transforming Africa’s fragmented economies – Karingi https://integration.org.ua/regional-integration-is-key-to-transforming-africas-fragmented-economies-karingi/ Fri, 13 May 2022 11:44:09 +0000 https://integration.org.ua/regional-integration-is-key-to-transforming-africas-fragmented-economies-karingi/

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Regional integration remains key to transforming Africa’s fragmented economies, says Stephen Karingi, Director of the Regional Integration and Trade Division at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.

African countries should therefore harness the opportunities embedded in integration initiatives such as the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to foster post-Covid19 economic recovery and transformation.

Mr. Karingi made the remarks during the presentation of an assessment of the progress of regional integration in Africa during the expert group meeting at the ongoing 54th session of the Conference of African Ministers of Finance, Planning and Economic Development (CoM2022) in Dakar, Senegal.

He said that while commendable progress had been made in advancing integration agendas, challenges remained.

“With regard to trade integration, progress has been made in boosting intra-African trade, such as the adoption of industrialization policies and strategies. But Africa continues to trade more with the outside world than with itself,” Mr. Karingi noted.

The ECA Director noted that macroeconomic integration and convergence were key to accelerating intra-regional trade. Five regional economic communities (COMESA, EAC, ECCAS, ECOWAS and SADC) already have primary macroeconomic convergence criteria.

But “Africa’s integration and socio-economic development are hampered by huge infrastructure gaps. Integration of production on the continent remains uneven and weak,” he added.

During the meeting, delegates from Egypt, Namibia, Burkina Faso and Benin raised concerns about the continent’s slow pace of integration and the continent’s preparedness to deal with the consequences of Covid19 and the Ukrainian crisis.

A delegate from Egypt asked how the Ukrainian crisis had affected the prices of basic commodities such as wheat and fertilizers and whether African countries could unite their efforts in the international market.

Mr. Karingi acknowledged that the Ukrainian crisis had led to an increase in the price of fertilizers. One suggestion was that countries like Morocco, Kenya and Algeria could accept fertilizer orders from other African countries and offer competitive prices for purchases.

On why African countries are still competing with each other when they should be integrating since the launch of the AfCFTA – a question raised by a delegate from Namibia – Mr. Karingi said that the integration process was hampered by infrastructural, financial and political difficulties. such as the rules of origin which are a challenge for an open common market.

“The solutions offered by Africa should survive the current shocks facing the continent and face future challenges. Political will must be addressed and dialogue within countries (must be encouraged),” Mr. Karingi said.

Mr. Karingi said that a concerted effort was needed from all RECs, key partners and stakeholders to address the challenges of integration.

African countries, he said, should implement the AfCFTA to build the resilience of African countries to withstand future economic shocks and maintain sustainable growth in the post-Covid 19 era.

Mr. Karingi said that ECA would continue to support member States, RECs, AUC and the AfCFTA Secretariat in the implementation of the agreement and other integration frameworks such as BIATS, the FMP protocol; and would continue to provide technical support, including for ARIA X and ZLECAf-CER interface reports.

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EDITORIAL: Integration with China is a dead end https://integration.org.ua/editorial-integration-with-china-is-a-dead-end/ Wed, 11 May 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://integration.org.ua/editorial-integration-with-china-is-a-dead-end/

Former Vice President Annette Lu (呂秀蓮) explained on Saturday her idea of ​​replacing “unification” with China with “integration”.

Doesn’t Lu think the idea would be welcome in its current form; rather, she wants to spark a discussion on a third way out of the current impasse between unification and independence, especially given the heightened concerns about China’s attack on Taiwan following the invasion of Ukraine by Russia.

She apparently framed her ideas around the number “three”.

First, she envisions cross-Strait relations developing in three stages: getting Beijing to abandon the idea of ​​unifying a “one China” (一個中國); then replacing this with “integration” of a more abstract entity “one China” (一個中華) – the difference in the final Chinese character is essential, as it implies ethnicity rather than state or nation – along EU or ASEAN lines; and finally moving on to the formation of a “Chinese Federation” (中華邦聯) which would include Singapore.

Singapore’s inclusion betrays a lack of understanding of that nation’s longstanding policy of careful calibration of ethnic balance: Singapore would have great reservations about joining a “Chinese nation” alliance.

Second, she would like to see a “golden triangle of Northeast Asia” including Taiwan, Japan and South Korea, as well as the formation of an “Alliance of Pacific Democracies” that would include the aforementioned group. , plus the United States and Canada on the other side. of the Pacific. She would also like these two alliances to balance each other, as well as the US-China relationship and the cross-Strait relationship.

Lu also put forward his “Three Wars” (三戰說) concept of “keeping peace, avoiding war, avoiding bloodshed” – the same idea expressed in three different ways – or the idea of “preparing for war” (備戰), which includes facing war (面對戰爭), recognizing what war is (認識戰爭), and avoiding war (避免戰爭).

A response can also come from three directions.

First, taken at face value, an idea that could genuinely resolve the current impasse and avert war should be seen as a desirable addition to the debate. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and Taiwanese have seen in Ukraine how naive the idea of ​​a quick conclusion to any possible invasion of Taiwan is and how brutal, long and costly in human life and economically devastating it would be.

Lu intends to reduce tensions with his idea of ​​offering an alternative roadmap to Beijing – it could at the very least buy more time for other options to be explored – and to develop his suggested network of balancing alliances that would also strengthen Taiwan’s voice internationally in a uniquely Asian way and not too dependent on the United States.

Second, the political perspective. Lu has long been associated with the Democratic Progressive Party, but her speeches about rapprochement with the CCP and her “provocative” moves are closer to the approach of the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) and its suspicions of the strategic policy of President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文). proximity to the United States. It also reflects Russian President Vladimir Putin’s accusations that the United States and NATO forced his hand by invading Ukraine.

The third is the biggest flaw in his thinking. His veiled accusations of provocation completely ignore the role of the CCP and Chinese President Xi Jinping (習近平), not only in being the aggressor, but also in believing that he would accept his ideas or be trusted to honor them at the future.

Even though Beijing has signaled tentative interest in the idea, the CCP is notorious for its unreliability and its phasing out of agreed terms to achieve what it wanted in the first place.

Lu is right to want to avoid war, but she is surprisingly naive in the solution she offers due to her apparent misunderstanding of what the CCP wants from Taiwan.

Reconciliation may buy time, but as a solution to securing long-term peace or protecting Taiwan’s sovereignty, independence or identity, it is a dead end.

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Scholz and Macron to relaunch the Franco-German engine of European integration – EURACTIV.com https://integration.org.ua/scholz-and-macron-to-relaunch-the-franco-german-engine-of-european-integration-euractiv-com/ Tue, 10 May 2022 04:03:17 +0000 https://integration.org.ua/scholz-and-macron-to-relaunch-the-franco-german-engine-of-european-integration-euractiv-com/

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron have pledged to step up the Franco-German tandem and lead Europe down the path of reform to enable a stronger and more sovereign EU.

After presenting his vision for Europe at the conclusion of the conference on the future of Europe on Monday 9 May, Mr Macon traveled to Berlin to discuss the implementation of the reform recommendations of the EU.

In light of current challenges – in particular the war of Russian aggression – “French-German partnership and friendship are more important than ever as a driving force and source of inspiration for the European project”, Scholz said during of the press conference.

The two leaders announced that they wanted to intensify bilateral consolations on EU reform and speak with one voice. The two Heads of State have therefore announced a joint consultation of ministers which should take place the day after the French legislative elections in early July.

“I hope that we will again strengthen coordination at the bilateral level and that a Franco-German Council of Ministers will take place in the coming weeks,” Macron said.

Analysts say this could be a game-changer.

“The Franco-German council of ministers, which is being held after the legislative elections in France, could be a starting point for a relaunch of European reconstruction,” said Marc Uzan, director of the Center for European Policy in Paris, at EURACTIV.

Macron teases an alternative to EU enlargement

French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday May 9 presented a proposal for a new “European political community” that would allow Ukraine and other countries currently outside the EU framework to be more closely associated with the EU. .

EU reform?

Both leaders agreed that the current situation requires decisive decisions. While many of the Future Conference’s recommendations would be achievable within the current treaty framework, “there are other issues that require profound change,” Macron said.

Macron is therefore also pushing for a convent which could lead to treaty changes. A similar path was also envisaged in the German coalition agreement, which called for using the conference results as a “constitutional moment” for the EU which should lead to “further development towards a federal European state”.

However, Scholz showed some reluctance to reiterate these ambitious goals, stating that “we would agree” if “consensus could be found” on treaty reform.

“Greater efficiency can also be achieved in Europe without having to jump straight to treaty changes,” Scholz said. He stressed that “it would be important” to move to majority voting in EU foreign policy matters, which is already possible under the existing treaty – a move also strongly supported by Macron.

Towards a multi-speed Europe?

The call for EU reform launched by the Conference on the Future of Europe triggered a strong reaction from Eastern European and Scandinavian member states.

Thirteen member states said in a joint document that they would not “support reckless and premature attempts to launch a treaty change process”.

Macron indirectly responded to these concerns during his speech to the European Parliament on Monday by opting for a Europe of other speeds.

“I am well aware of the fears of a multi-speed Europe,” Macron said, adding that the “most skeptical or hesitant” should not slow Europe down. This is what “will allow our Europe to assert itself as a power”, he underlined.

Macron also pleaded for a multi-speed Europe that would allow for more flexible integration of the European neighborhood – especially when it comes to the Western Balkans or Ukraine and the UK. According to Macron, this could take the form of a “European political community”.

This concept would imply the possibility of establishing closer cooperation with countries that are geographically close and “attached to the same set of values ​​as us” without going through the long process of enlargement, Macron said.

While this political community would not close the doors to EU membership, it would provide a platform for political rapprochement and partial integration without formally being part of the bloc.

Scholz called the proposal an “interesting approach to tackling the great challenges ahead of us.”

However, Scholz also stressed that this approach should not hamper the accession process of the current candidate countries in the Western Balkans, such as North Macedonia.

Overall, Scholz underlined that “we want to reach concrete agreements very quickly in order to move forward with our EU integration and with regard to the Western Balkans”.

Von der Leyen hints at support for EU treaty change

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has hinted that she could support changes to the EU treaties, if necessary to implement the recommendations of the Conference’s citizens’ panels on the Future of Europe (CoFoE).

[Edited by Alice Taylor]

The Jesuit economist urges African governments to prioritize the integration of regional economies. https://integration.org.ua/the-jesuit-economist-urges-african-governments-to-prioritize-the-integration-of-regional-economies/ Thu, 05 May 2022 16:26:27 +0000 https://integration.org.ua/the-jesuit-economist-urges-african-governments-to-prioritize-the-integration-of-regional-economies/ UN Secretary-General António Guterres has been visiting Senegal, Niger and Nigeria since May 1, 2022. During these visits, he called for debt relief so that African governments can invest in social security and sustainable development. Jesuit economist Fr. Abel Béranger Ndjoumon spoke to Vatican News and urged African leaders to prioritize regional economic partnerships.

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An Ivorian economist and Jesuit priest, Father Abel Ndjoumon Jessasi is a staff member of the Jesuit Center for Research and Action for Peace (CERAP) in Côte d’Ivoire.

Appreciating the visit of the UN Secretary General to Africa, Fr. Ndjoumon said that the debt cancellation proposed by the UN Secretary General would undoubtedly be a good deal for African governments. However, the fundamental problem for many countries on the continent remains that of good governance.

“Indeed, for almost twenty years, issues of debt relief for African countries have been under discussion, and ways out of debt have been proposed by various experts,” Ndjoumon said. More importantly, he believes that African governments must first do some introspection and assessment of the decline of African economies.

The triple African crisis: food, energy and finance

In Dakar, the Secretary General of the United Nations evoked the triple crisis which threatens the African continent because of the conflict in Ukraine: food, energy and financial crisis.

Speaking in Dakar, the capital of West African country Senegal, on his first visit to the continent since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mr. Guterres said: “When discusses the socio-economic situation, it is impossible not to mention the war in Ukraine and its impact on Africa.The UN chief made the remarks after meeting with the country’s President, Macky Sall, who declared that the war in Ukraine was “a human tragedy” which can have “a dramatic impact on economies, especially those of developing countries”.

Conflict in Ukraine drives up global food and fuel prices; Senior UN officials fear rising costs could push more people to hunger and lead to political instability and social unrest in parts of Africa, where food prices have risen a third since last year.

Before the start of the Russian invasion in February, the combination of climate change, conflict and the COVID-19 pandemic was already impacting the socio-economic situation in Africa, particularly in the Sahel region, which includes the Senegal.

Greater integration of economies

Father Ndjoumon recognizes the crises but also sees it as an opportunity for African countries. He believes that it is time for African governments to move towards greater integration of economies at regional and continental levels. He insists that Africa should not rely solely on international financial institutions, important as these institutions are for financing.

“This diversification of partnerships will help by opening up many opportunities for our economies. If states do not remain fragmented but can open their borders to the free movement of people, goods and services, this would unlock immense potential,” the Jesuit Economist said.

Consequences of ECOWAS Sanctions

Father Ndjoumon deplored the sanctions imposed by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in Mali, Guinea and Burkina Faso. He said the sanctions imposed by ECOWAS would have repercussions on the target economies in the region. However, the effects would not be limited to countries in political transition. They would be felt even in countries that share borders and are in trade partnership with them. By restricting the movement of people, goods, services and financial means, the already vulnerable population would unfortunately continue to suffer the consequences, the pain and the deeds of the decisions made by their leaders.

UN chief backs integration of insurgents in Nigeria, calls it key to peace | world news https://integration.org.ua/un-chief-backs-integration-of-insurgents-in-nigeria-calls-it-key-to-peace-world-news/ Tue, 03 May 2022 18:55:00 +0000 https://integration.org.ua/un-chief-backs-integration-of-insurgents-in-nigeria-calls-it-key-to-peace-world-news/

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) – UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday he fully supported moves to expand facilities to reintegrate Islamist insurgents crossing into northeast Nigeria, as it was a key step in achieving peace in Africa’s most populous nation.

Nigeria has been fighting the Islamist group Boko Haram and its branch of the Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP) for more than a decade, in a conflict that has killed thousands and forced millions of people to flee their homes.

As part of efforts to end the conflict, the government is reintegrating combatants who voluntarily surrender.

Borno State Governor Babagana Zulum said at least 40,000 Boko Haram fighters and their families have surrendered to authorities since last year as the group reels from the death of its leader in early 2021 and that its rival ISWAP seeks to absorb them.

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António Guterres, who visited a camp housing surrendered fighters and another housing displaced people in the Borno state capital, Maiduguri, later told a press conference that the integration would help achieve peace.

“The governor told me that you need to create new facilities to be able to effectively reintegrate these ex-terrorists, ex-combatants, and I promised that we would fully support this project,” said António Guterres.

“The best thing we can do for peace is to reintegrate those who, in a moment of desperation, became terrorists but now want to become citizens and contribute to the well-being of their brothers and sisters.”

The reintegration of fighters is creating tensions, particularly in Maiduguri, where weary citizens have borne the brunt of more than a decade of brutal Boko Haram attacks.

António Guterres called for continued humanitarian support to Borno, but added that ultimately people in the camps wanted to return home “in safety and dignity”.

The Borno state government began closing some camps for internally displaced people in December, citing improved security and the surrender of Boko Haram fighters, although aid groups say it is still not safe for people to return home. (This story refiles to correct first name in signature)

(Reporting by Seun Sanni in Maiduguri and Maiduguri Newsroom; Writing by MacDonald Dzirutwe; Editing by Leslie Adler)

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Integration Brokerage Software Market Size, Share, Growth 2022-2030 | Key players – SPS, APIANT, Covisint, EDICOM – Queen Anne and Mangolia News https://integration.org.ua/integration-brokerage-software-market-size-share-growth-2022-2030-key-players-sps-apiant-covisint-edicom-queen-anne-and-mangolia-news/ Mon, 02 May 2022 04:35:27 +0000 https://integration.org.ua/integration-brokerage-software-market-size-share-growth-2022-2030-key-players-sps-apiant-covisint-edicom-queen-anne-and-mangolia-news/

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TKS Conference on “Embracing Diversity” The call for integration sounds – The Sangai Express https://integration.org.ua/tks-conference-on-embracing-diversity-the-call-for-integration-sounds-the-sangai-express/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 19:29:26 +0000 https://integration.org.ua/tks-conference-on-embracing-diversity-the-call-for-integration-sounds-the-sangai-express/

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Ukhrul, April 29: Nagas living in Manipur, Nagaland and Myanmar came together to renew the emotional attachment of people spread across the two countries and states to Kachai village during the 31st General Conference of Tangkhul Katamnao Saklong.
Traveling more than 150 km, the secretary of Myanmar’s Tangkhul Naga Literary and Cultural Committee, Chingpoh Khashung, supported the call to integrate all contiguous Naga regions of India and Myanmar and live under one administration.
There are nine officially recognized Naga tribes in Myanmar living in Sagiang Division, he said and added that in India, Naga are spread across Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur and Nagaland.
Educated in India, Chingpoh became a community leader in Myanmar. A cultural troupe accompanied him on the trip to Kachai to exhibit cultural dances and folk songs to revitalize the bond of love and strengthen brotherly relations among Nagas.
A song echoing “The Nagas beyond the borders are united in spirit and cannot be separated by any external force” was presented for the occasion.
NSF President Kegwayhun Tep appreciated the Tangkhuls for their immense contribution to the Naga political movement, noting that they have always played a pivotal role in maintaining Naga identity politically, socially and culturally.
Kegwayhun expressed his confidence that the TKS conference will convince the young Naga to prepare for many challenges and issues that people are currently facing. A discussion and deliberation session on the theme “Embracing Diversity” also took place. ]]> Failure of Swedish integration creates ‘parallel societies’, PM says after riots | Sweden https://integration.org.ua/failure-of-swedish-integration-creates-parallel-societies-pm-says-after-riots-sweden/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 15:33:00 +0000 https://integration.org.ua/failure-of-swedish-integration-creates-parallel-societies-pm-says-after-riots-sweden/

Sweden’s prime minister said the Scandinavian country had failed to integrate many immigrants who had settled there over the past 20 years, creating a nation of “parallel societies…living in different realities”.

Unveiling a series of measures to tackle organized crime after violent Easter weekend riots which injured more than 100 police officers, Magdalena Andersson said Islamism and right-wing extremism had been allowed to fester in Sweden.

“Segregation has been allowed to go so far that we have parallel societies in Sweden,” the Social Democratic prime minister told a press conference. “We live in the same country but in completely different realities. We will have to re-evaluate our previous truths and make difficult decisions. »

Integration has been “too weak, while we have seen very high levels of immigration”, added Andersson. “Society has been too weak, resources for the police and social services have been too weak.”

The number of people living in Sweden who were born abroad has doubled over the past 20 years to around 2 million, or one fifth of the population. Andersson said it was “crucial to prevent more children and young people being drawn into crime”.

She said she aimed to introduce “local juvenile delinquency committees”, in which social services and the police would work closely together, in addition to putting in place tools to ensure that young people stay in school and off the street.

Justice and Home Secretary Morgan Johansson has outlined plans to give police greater powers of electronic surveillance, facilitate the exchange of information between authorities and deny residency even to people who have not yet been convicted of a crime.

“What we saw was not a political demonstration,” Andersson said of the riots. “The police were attacked with stones and Molotov cocktails. It was not a political act, it was a criminal act – an attack on democracy that many fled to. »

The riots broke out after a notorious anti-immigrant provocateur, Danish-Swedish politician Rasmus Paludan, threatened to tour the country burning the Koran. Police clashed with groups of mostly masked young men in several towns and villages.

Police insisted they had to grant permits for the Paludan inflammatory events, planned primarily in areas with large Muslim populations, because of the country’s liberal free speech laws, but Johansson said that these freedoms were abused by “extremists” to promote “hate, division and violence”.

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Dozens of people were arrested after three days of riots in Norrköping, Linköping, Landskrona, Örebro, Malmö and the capital, Stockholm. A school was also set on fire and 20 police vehicles damaged or destroyed.

Sweden has dramatically tightened its immigration policies since taking in more people per capita than any other EU country during the 2015 migration crisis, and now has one of the most restrictive policies in the bloc with neighboring Denmark.

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